Deadpool & Wolverine Director Says
Deadpool & Wolverine Director Says

Marvel fans eagerly anticipate the release of “Deadpool & Wolverine,” also known as “Deadpool 3,” slated to hit theaters on July 26 after facing multiple delays. This film marks the anticipated reunion of Marvel characters Deadpool, portrayed by Ryan Reynolds, and Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman, sharing the screen for the first time since “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” in 2009. Fans expect the movie to feature substantial references from Marvel Comics and other Marvel Cinematic Universe films.

Director Shawn Levy, best known for directing the “Night at the Museum” franchise and producing “Stranger Things,” assures viewers that prior knowledge of Marvel’s lore is unnecessary to enjoy the film. In an interview with The Associated Press ahead of the release, Levy emphasized the movie’s entertainment value and stated that no prior research is required.

Deadpool movie news
Deadpool movie news

Speculation among Marvel fans has arisen regarding Wolverine’s return to a Marvel film after his apparent demise in 2017’s “Logan.” One prevailing theory attributes Wolverine’s return to a time travel device within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, allowing characters to traverse timelines without altering existing storylines. Hugh Jackman mentioned this possibility in a 2022 interview with SiriusXM, explaining the convenience of using such a device to maintain continuity with “Logan.”

Another theory posits that “Deadpool & Wolverine” is set in the present, preceding the events of “Logan” which occur in 2029. Ryan Reynolds hinted at this explanation during an appearance on “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” in 2022, indicating that the filmmakers have devised a narrative that respects the legacy of “Logan.”

As anticipation builds for “Deadpool & Wolverine,” fans eagerly await the opportunity to witness the dynamic between these iconic Marvel characters once again.

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